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Speed Dating Canterbury – Original Dating
Enjoy a unique experience Speed Dating on a boat on the glorious river Thames. This event takes place on Sunday evening at pmpm and is for ages We expect there will be around 30 people at this singles night so expect lots of dates! Speed Dating is a really fun way to meet lots of people in a short space of time. Each date lasts around minutes and there will be plenty of time after the event to get to know everyone more.
Dating in London
Student unions have been working for months over the summer break to ensure campuses are Covid secure for the start of term with students unable to meet up in groups of more than six. It is hosting online speed dating, a virtual Sunday roast cook-a-long and an internet beer festival, where students will pick up their drinks from the union and take them home for a follow-along tasting. Imperial College London has signed up to a digital welcome package, where students can log into an online replica of the campus. The measures come amid concerns students could push up infection rates if they breach Covid rules by meeting in large groups.
The University of London abbreviated as Lond or more rarely Londin in post-nominals is a federal [a] public research university located in London , England, United Kingdom. The university was established by royal charter in , as a degree-awarding examination board for students holding certificates from University College London and King's College London and "other such other Institutions, corporate or unincorporated, as shall be established for the purpose of Education, whether within the Metropolis or elsewhere within our United Kingdom",  allowing it to be one of three institutions to claim the title of the third-oldest university in England ,  [b]  and moved to a federal structure in The university consists of 17 member institutions and three central academic bodies. For most practical purposes, ranging from admissions to funding, the member institutions operate on an independent basis, with many awarding their own degrees whilst remaining in the federal university. Imperial College London was formerly a member from before it became an independent university in ,  and Heythrop College was a member from until its closure in